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January 06, 1995 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-06

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Tu B'Shevat
Seder Set



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Apartment living in a
Skilled Nursing facility

Beginning in July 1995, Temple
Beth El Nursery School will be
under the direction of local edu-
cator Marlene Thav, who will as-
sume the post of director of early
childhood education. Among the
expanded programs she will over-
see is the temple's first Nursery
School Day Camp, opening in the
summer of 1995.
A graduate of Wayne State
University with both bachelor's
and master's degrees in educa-
tion, Mrs. Thav served as a
teacher in the TBE Nursery
School from 1985 through 1993.
During the past year, she was
employed by West Bloomfield
Schools where she taught both a
Mother/Toddler Class and En-
richment to four and five year
olds.
Mrs. Thav replace Joy Kaplan,
who is retiring following 18 years
of service at nursery school di-
rector.

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The Cultural Commission of Con-
gregation Beth Achim will hold
a Tu B'Shevat Seder in celebra-
tion of the holiday Jan. 15 at 6
p.m.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, contact the synagogue of-
fice, 352-8670.

Nursery Honors
Hebrew Names

The Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled Nursery School
will celebrate the Hebrew names
of its four-year-old students at
Family Havdalah ceremony. The
West Bloomfield school will meet
6-7 p.m., Jan. 7; the Southfield
school will gather Jan. 28.
Rabbis Bitran, Gershon and
Groner, along with officers of the
synagogue, will present each
child with a certificate and a Hav-
dalah set.

The sisterhood and LIFE (Learn-
ing Is a Family Experience) pro-
gram of Congregation B'nai
Moshe will have a Tu B'Shevat
Seder at the synagogue Jan. 15
at 6 p.m. The children in the pro-
gram will present a play titled
The Little Tree, as well as singing
Tu B'Shevat songs and partici-
pating in the seder/dinner.
Reservations are required and
there is a charge. Call the syna-
gogue office, 788-0600, for infor-
mation.

SZ Families
Plan Weekend

Jewish Experience For Families
will sponsor a weekend getaway,
Jan. 13-15, for all Congregation
Shaarey Zedek families to spend
quality time together in a setting
that combines the beauty of na-
ture and the atmosphere of Shab-
bat. Staff will include Shaarey
Zedek rabbis and teachers, as
well as professionals from the
Butzel Conference Center and
JEFF Group care is provided for
toddlers to teens.
There is a fee, but subsidies are
available. For information or ap-
plications, call the synagogue,
357-5544.

Soul Issues
Series Focus

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz's week-
ly lunch and learn program will
continue at Congregation Beth
Achim on Tuesdays from 12:15-
1:30 p.m. at the synagogue.
During January and February,
the discussions will center around
"Soul Issues." The subjects and
the texts to be discussed include
"Our Hidden Weaknesses"—I
Samuel 9-13, "Guilt and the
Sour—Psalm 32, "Defeating De-
pression"—Jeremiah 11-12, 14-
18, 20, "Does God Protect
Me?"—Psalm 91, "Returning to
God"—Hosea 14, "Problems of
Faith"—Exodus 5-6.
The program is open to all.
There is a charge for lunch. For
information, call the synagogue,
352-8670.

Humanism
Evening Set

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will describe
the philosophy and the programs
of the Birmingham Temple and
of Humanistic Judaism at a gath-
ering at the temple Jan. 11 at
7:30 p.m.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the temple office, 477-
1410.

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